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Christian higher education finds itself in a spiritual fight because of an America that's becoming increasingly secular. These schools face hostility and tough economic times, but educators are optimistic about the future.
Washington Hints at Taking the Fiscal Cliff Dive
The Fiscal Cliff and Consequences of Fiscal Irresponsibility
The election of Mohammed Morsi as president gave Egyptians a sense of optimism and renewed hope. Now, five months later, many are frustrated and impatient because Morsi's promises of change and economic prosperity have yet to be realized.
Election, Gun Ban Fears Stoking Increased Sales?
Eurozone Economy Slides Back into Recession
Red Tape Putting Chokehold on Small Businesses?
On CBN News Channel Morning News, Oct. 30: Millions Without Power as Sandy Menaces East Coast, Economists Speculate on Sandy's Economic Fallout, and more.
Economists Speculate on Sandy's Economic Fallout
On CBN Newswatch, Oct. 23: Final debate drifts from foreign to economic policy; Social media abuzz with political chatter; Taliban targets another girl in Pakistan, Are genetically modified foods safe?; and more.
As seen on “The 700 Club” Oct. 23: Debate Repeatedly Shifts from Foreign to Economic Policy, Egypt's Morsi Slammed for Condoning Anti-Semitic Rant, and more.
On CBN News Channel Morning News, Oct. 23: Debate Repeatedly Shifts from Foreign to Economic Policy, Gas Prices Dropping after Record Highs, and more.
Final Debate Drifts from Foreign to Economic Policy
Small business owner Ruth Christman was hit hard by the economic collapse. She reacted with an unconventional approach to help with finances and she began to see an increase that is hard to explain.
The president has said he wants to see the wealthy pay their fair share in taxes. But author Stephen Moore says there's nothing fair about making everyone poor.
As seen on "The 700 Club" for Oct. 12: Large Denver company fights Obamacare demands; White House shifts story on Libya security failures; Fairest of Them All: Finding Real Economic Justice; and more.
Fairest of Them All: Finding Real Economic Justice
With unemployment over 25%, some are calling Greece a failed state. Since it's economy has been flattened, a new fascist movement is growing, but one Athens church is ministering amidst the chaos.